Each year, we gather in order to give thanks for all of the blessings we have. One of the things we’re grateful for in our lives is having Trader Joe’s, that’s always there to provide us with delicious produce and fun items throughout the year. Of course, come Thanksgiving time, TJ’s doesn’t disappoint, and has released plenty of fall and turkey day treats that you can stock up on. Here are some of our favorites.
Fried Onion Pieces
Honestly, the only reason anyone reaches for the green bean casserole on the table is to enjoy the fried onion pieces on top. These are so good that sometimes we find ourselves eating them on their own. You can top pretty much anything you want with these. Try them on a burger and thank us later.
You can never have enough dessert, and there can never be enough pumpkin flavored desserts. This cobbler is made with pumpkin filling, delicious fall spices, and finished off with an addictive crumbled streusel that’s made with pecans and butter. Can you say yum?
Making your own gravy is impressive, but not always the convenient option. If you want stress-free gravy, this is the one for you. Forget those gravy powder packets, this gravy from Trade Joe’s only requires to be heated up and then enjoyed alongside mashed potatoes and turkey.
Sweet Pull Apart Aloha Rolls
Who doesn’t love pull apart Hawaiian rolls? These are great all year round, but they’re especially great to have on hand for those Thanksgiving leftover sandwiches. Just make sure to label your sandwiches as yours, lest someone take it by mistake and you find yourself in a Ross Geller situation.
Let’s face it, canned cranberry sauce, which many people don’t even bother to change the shape of, should really be a thing of the past. However, that doesn’t mean that you have to make your own from scratch. Trader Joe’s cranberry sauce comes in a lovely jar and is really a step up from the canned variety, both in flavor and in look.
Everything But The Leftovers Seasoning
TJ’s has become known for its “Everything But The…” seasonings, like the Everything But The Bagel seasoning that drove everyone crazy. This is the Thanksgiving edition, which includes a lovely blend of sage, rosemary, thyme, parsley, dehydrated onion, turmeric, salt and pepper, and celery seed. You can enjoy it on vegetables, popcorn, meat, and anything else you can think of.